Weekly at Sacred Heart Church

Each Tuesday from 7:45 am to 9:00 pm If you would like to sign up, please contact Daniel Ewens in the parish office at 773-0877 or Everyone is welcome to join at any time for any length of time. If you are unable to attend your designated time, please find a substitute or call the Parish Office.


Perpetually at St. Anne’s Guest Home
524 N 17th St. Grand Forks, ND

If you are interested in adoration at St. Anne’s, please call
Pete or Pam Zavoral 773-0871,
Bob or Marj Stocker 773-1810,
Mark or Ruth LeTexier 773-6531,
Pat Gaddie 701-740-2971

You are welcome anytime but we do have hours where we could use your help! Please call if interested.

If interested in talking with an adoration time coordinator please contact the parish office.

For ten years we have joined with the parishes in Grand Forks for perpetual adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Participants dedicate one hour a week to pray in front of the Blessed Sacrament at St. Anne’s Chapel. Sacred Heart currently has over 50 people participating in this prayer ministry.

What is Perpetual Adoration?

Perpetual Adoration is a Eucharistic devotion whereby members of a given parish (or other entity) unite in taking hours of adoration before the Most Blessed Sacrament (in most cases, exposed), both during the day and throughout the night, seven days a week.

How does one spend an hour before Jesus exposed in the Blessed Sacrament?

This hour Jesus wants you to spend with Him is spent any way you want. You may bring your own prayer books, use the books in the chapel, read the Bible, pray the rosary, or just sit and relax and enjoy the sweet peace that comes from simply being in the Presence of God. You may feel that you can’t pray well. Don’t let this discourage you. The mere fact that you take time out at a specific time each week to spend an hour with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament pleases Him very much and is in itself a prayer of great faith. Please remember that Perpetual Adoration is a parish is not just for a day, a week, a month, or a year. Rather, it is for always. It is not temporary, but ongoing, lasting, permanent.